The Nioh Collection Remastered for PlayStation 5, Will Hit Stores Soon

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January 19, 2021 10:56 pm

Team Ninja’s action role-playing game, Nioh will release a remastered version for the PlayStation 5 soon. The version will release in February this year. However, an online preview has revealed that this version will contain some additional features too. Team Ninja had originally released Nioh for PlayStation 4 worldwide in February 2017.

The preview reveals that the remastered version boasts of an improved load time. Players will now be able to respawn only three seconds after their death. It also reveals many more such exciting additions.

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Nioh Remastered for PlayStation 5 flaunts eye-catching features

One of the additional features in the remastered version of Nioh stands out the most. This version will have display options as follows.

  • 4K mode that makes the game run at 60 FPS and 2160p
  • 120 FPS mode allowing the game to run at 1080p
  • PlayStation 5 standard mode, which runs at 60 FPS and 1080p

While the standard PlayStation display runs at 1080p, it shows a significant improvement in details such as shadows, model details, as well as the quality of screen-space reflections.

Further, there are DualSense features in the remastered version of Nioh. GameSpark‘s online preview revealed the use of adaptive triggers for the bow and rifle in the game. Several other weapons will receive haptic support. Additionally, players can turn these features on and off according to their own convenience.

PlayStation had announced in November last year that it would release four titles from the Nioh franchise to celebrate the game’s four-year anniversary.

  • Nioh 2–The Complete Edition (available on PlayStation 4)
  • Nioh 2 Remastered–The Complete Edition (available on PlayStation 5)
  • The Nioh Collection (available on PlayStation 5)
  • Nioh Remastered–The Complete Edition (available on PlayStation 5)

Nioh Remastered will hit the stores on February 5, 2021.

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What do you think about these features added to the remastered version of Nioh? Let us know in the comments section.

Riddhima Pal

Riddhima Pal is an eSports author at EssentiallySports, who plays Call of Duty: Mobile. Thankfully, she's a better writer than a gamer. She enjoys watching streams of iFerg and Aerith and in her free time, she can be seen doodling on every available surface.

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